Juventus Third Kit For 2019/20 Has Been Leaked
Juventus once again won Serie A this season and must be eyeing up the 10 in a row that they're just two short of. But that accomplishment won't be the only thing catching the eye next season, their third kit will too.
Juventus, Bayern Munich, Barcelona, PSG and Manchester City all defended their league titles this season in a sad indictment of how the top five leagues in Europe are heading.
Things were closer for some of them but in Serie A Juventus waltzed away with the league title by 11 points to Napoli, extending their lead of the same club by seven points from last season.
It was the eighth time in a row that the Old Lady became Italian champions and once they added Cristiano Ronaldo to their team last summer it seemed inevitable they'd win the title.
However next season their could finally be some questions about their title credentials just because Max Allegri has left the club after winning their last five titles.
We don't know yet who will be taking charge, with so many managers already linked, but we do know what third kit the team will be wearing after it was leaked via Footy Headlines:
The Turin club have already been the talk of the town with their home kit for next season because they've ditched their traditional stripes.
Instead Ronaldo and his teammates will be wearing a half white, half black number with a stripe of red down the middle to split the two halves.
Who ever takes over from Allegri, and so far it's been reported that it's going to be Pep Guardiola, Maurizio Sarri, Antonio Conte, Carlo Ancelotti, Jurgen Klopp and Jose Mourinho doing quite the job share, won't have the league as their main aim.
Of course Juve will hope to keep up their domestic domination but most important for the club is ending their 26 year wait for the Champions League.
With Ronaldo in the team they were one of the favourites but they, like holders Real Madrid, succumbed to Ajax.
Wil Juventus' new range of kits bring them more success next season or can someone finally end their winning title run?